Category Archive: Weight Challenge

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Sometimes, all it takes is a few minutes to squeeze in some fitness. If you’re at your child’s soccer game, grab your running shoes from the car and do a few laps around… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

If you’re like most people, you spend a lot of time in the car. You commute to and from work; run errands; do school runs with the kids. If you keep healthy snacks… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

It can be easy to forget milestones you’ve hit when it comes to your weight loss goals. That’s why it’s good to stop and remember how far you have come. Maybe you’re walking… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

It’s tempting to use food or a break from the gym as a reward. But it’s better to come up with rewards that won’t derail your weight management goals. Buy some new workout… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Life gets hectic, especially during the work week. And that can make sticking to healthy habits a little harder. Weekends can give you a chance to catch up. It may be a great… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

When you feel stressed or anxious, it’s easy to reach for food. But that can wreak havoc on your weight. Yoga is a great way to relieve stress. Plus, it’s also a great… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Fitting just a couple of brisk walks into your day can make a difference to your health and your weight. Take a walk around your neighborhood, through a park, or along a favorite… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Is it tough to find time to exercise? Why not get active while you’re catching up on your favorite shows? You could lift light hand weights or do squats and lunges for some… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

Losing or maintaining your weight is a very good reason to work out. But you may have other reasons. And keeping those reasons in mind can help boost your motivation to work out.… Continue reading

WEIGHT CHALLENGE

It’s common to think about weight management in moral terms. Eating an apple instead of a donut is good. Skipping the gym is bad. But this way of thinking can get in the… Continue reading

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